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, 2012. and that was our crowd bouncing to the beat of bobby brown, singing an amazing concert right here on our plaza. we've got one more song so you want to stick around for that. good morning, everyone, i'm savannah guthrie alongside peter alexander. matt and al and natalie are enjoying the morning off. but they are missing this really good concert. >> i kind of wanted to see al roker's dance moves today. >> i like how earlier i said this brings me back to college. it was the sixth grade for me. >> i was thinking earlier. >> anyway, just ahead, is the beebes in some kind of drawl? he got into some kind of scuffle and now police want to investigate him and get to the bottom of this incident. >> of course the paparazzi there to shoot every moment of it. also, whether you're hitting the road and getting off for your summer vacation we'll show you the best websites and apps that make it easy to plan that sort of fun trip. find routes and adventures and save some money along the way as you plan out future trips this summer. then we're going to introduce you to a guy who is putting the rest
holiday concert on the plaza from r&b superstar bobby brown. look forward to that. we're going to begin with that severe weather, including tropical storm beryl. really putting a damper on the holiday plans of millions of americans. the weather channel's mike seidel is in jacksonville beach, florida, this morning. mike, good morning to you. >> and good morning, savannah, from triple digit heat in parts of the midwest to the hottest may weather on record in that part of the country to the second tropical storm of the season, four days before the official start of the hurricane season, millions of americans are enduring some extreme weather this holiday weekend. with maximum sustained winds just below hurricane force, tropical storm beryl made landfall just after midnight near jacksonville, florida, where city officials canceled all outdoor memorial day events. >> everything is going to be shut down. we're really preparing for this tropical storm, and it's all about safety. we want people safe through this storm. >> reporter: from florida to south carolina, the tropical storm has whipped
business that is mother's day. plus bobby brown sits down with matt lauer to talk about whitney houston and drugs. >> coming up the knicks couldn't handle the heat, the kpals got even and rajon rondo suspended. you're watching "early today". >>> good morning welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry and here are your top headlines. may day protests are planned today by occupy wall street activists in cities across the country. they plan rush hour demonstrations in new york and san francisco to block bridges. >>> dna evidence has cleared two men in texas who were officially exonerated in a rape and shooting 30 years ago. they shook hands with the judge who declared them innocent after decades behind bars. >>> and in colorado robert dewey was released after a court hearing that exonerated him also based on dna evidence. he had been in prison for 16 years. >>> finally in canada a large container was found washed up on shore and inside was a harley davidson motorcycle. it had a japanese license plate and was very rusty indicating it was debris carried across the ocean after the tsunami
of lieutenant cmdr wesley brown. brown was a standout student and athlete in graduated in 1949. he was born here in baltimore. in may 2008, the academy named its new field house after him. lieutenant cmdr wesley brown was 85 years old. still ahead, safety concerns regarding a new type of laundry detergent. details in consumer alert. plus, if you plan on boarding a flight earlier because of your children, that might soon change. first, his disappearance changed the way we searched for missing children. now word of a confession in a 30-year-old case. and dr. kim hammond is here to answer your pet questions. you can e-mail your questions to >> a semi truck driver is dead after slamming to a home in suburban chicago. it crashed into the home early thursday morning. the trailer flipped onto a car with two passengers inside were not hurt. a passenger inside the semi truck survived the crash. there is no word on what caused the driver to lose control. there are new developments in the case of a new york city boy who went missing more than three decades ago. new york city police
an exclusive interview with bobby brown. his first since the death of his ex-wife whitney houston. but up next, are you excessively tired during the day, not able to sleep at night? you could be suffering from sleep apnea. we'll tell you what it is and what the symptoms are right after this. [ female announcer ] with swiffer wet cleaning better doesn't have to take longer. i'm done. i'm gonna...use these. ♪ give me just a little more time ♪ [ female announcer ] unlike mops, swiffer can maneuver into tight spaces and its wet mopping cloths can clean better in half the time. mom? ♪ ahhhh! ahhhh! no it's mommy! [ female announcer ] swiffer. better clean in half the time. or your money back. ♪ [ female announcer ] irresistibly touchable skin hour after hour. ♪ it all starts with new 48-hour nivea extended moisture nivea. touch and be touched. now bring the world a touch closer. join our million moments of touch movement and be entered in nivea's daily date night sweepstakes. now you can brew over ice for delicious iced coffee or tea. hot or cold, keurig is the way to brew
they have their craigslist robert in custody. investigators believe david brown was posting fake ads on the site. robbing them of cash and valuables at gunpoint when i got there. police say when they arrested him today, brown was using a public computer at a library downtown. investigators believe brown may have been trying to lure and another victim when they nabbed him. >> state police say the autopsies have shown that the man and two teenage sons found dead died of asphyxia. the 48-year-old was found dead yesterday morning. the bodies were discovered in a maneuver. on a dairy farm. the medical examiners say the injuries were accidental and caused by heavy farming machinery. authorities have identified the marines found dead in his paris yesterday. the 19-year-old from north carolina was on active duty. he had been assigned to the defense information school since february. the cause of death remains unclear. the naval criminal investigative service is looking into the incident. >> george you believe is -- hug ely is appealing his sentence. defense attorneys asked the sentence be se
. cyril cornelius williams was sentenced for the june shooting of trooper wesley brown. brown was working at a part time -- as a part-time security officer at an apple these -- applebee's. a pedestrian is struck and killed in baltimore last night. it happened in southwest baltimore. the victim was found at the scene and responsive. no word on who was at fault for the accident. public safety comes to the forefront of the bay between city council members and the city's fire chief. the budget proposal includes the closures of three fire companies for good. the fire chief says that this is a -- simply a reallocation of sources that will increase stability in the department and would not have an negative impact on response times, but some city council members disagree. >> we have to identify where in the city we can cover the best, identify a company and taken out of the system and quick rotating closures. >> it is not that much money. we cut the taxes. we can pay to protect the houses that we just lowered the taxes for. >> closures are slated to go into effect july 1. an act of forgiveness fr
in northwest baltimore. investigators think he may have tried to lure and another victim. david brown was using the internet site to trick victims and to meeting him. that is where he would pull out a gun and rob a prospective buyer. when the police nabbed him today, brown was using a public computer at a downtown library. >> we know the identity of the marines found dead in his barracks on wednesday. officials tell us that the 19- year-old was an active member from north carolina. he had been assigned to the defense information school since february. investigative -- the ncis investigates all non-combat deaths of core members. this weekend is the chance for all of us to pause and remember our brave service women and men. many continue to answer the call. today, 60 md. national guard soldiers are the latest euros putting themselves in harm's way. they began a yearlong deployment and will be heading to a war zone. >> for the second time in four years, members of this aviation regiment were saying goodbye to their families and friends, preparing to go to afghanistan. >> pretty nervous, to be hone
appears in brown face portraying a bollywood producer. some critics have called it racist. the ad has now been pulled. and the company is apologizing. so we'll have more on that. >>> let us begin with a check of the morning's top stories from natalie morales joining us from the news desk. hey, natalie. >> good morning, everyone. secretary of state hillary clinton is in beijing as the fate of that blind chinese disdented is now up in the air. nbc's ian williams is in beijing. ian, good day to you. >> reporter: natalie, with the u.s. brokered deal unraveling, the face of chen guangcheng is turning into a diplomatic nightmare for hillary clinton. they were trying to make it look like business as usual. the secretary of state meeting top chinese officials this morning for previously scheduled talks. addressing human rights only in broad terms. >> we believe that all governments do have to answer to citizens' aspirations for dignity and the rule of law and that no nation can or should deny those rights. >> reporter: the real test of u.s./china relations was being played out across town. u.s. o
as to what is that perfect banana. so here's the deal, all bananas, whether they're green, yellow, or brown, each have about 105 calories, they're loaded with potassium which is great for your blood pressure. they have some b12 and also some fiber. the only difference is how our bodies respond in terms of blood sugar. because as bananas ripen, so we're talking about the yellow and the brown, the starches break down to sugar. that's why they're so much sweeter than the green guys, and they're also going to give you a harsher, more quick rise in your blood sugar. for the co-worker that likes the green bananas, you've got a little health perk going there. >> good to know. who knew that? all bananas are good for you anyways. thanks, sue. next viewer e-mail question here from pamela from michigan. she writes, i feel confused when reading ingredient labels. join the club. i try to avoid high truck troes corn syrup but what about corn syrup, brown rice syrup and evaporated cane juice. >> they're all sugar. a lot of people sort of fall for these healthier sounding sugars. >> briek brown rice sugar.
brown in concert. >> and coming up this morning we're going to have more of our exclusive interview with bobby and his family talking about his reaction to the death of his former wife whitney houston and what happened to him in his life in the days after that tragedy. >> and of course we're always trying to help people save money on this sew. so we're one-upping that by giving or letting you know where to find free stuff and lots of it there dating sites to gym passes. there's something, dare i say, for everyone. >> all right. and if you are out looking at homes for $250,000 or less, barbara kosh ran is here, tours from upstate new york, texas and every place in between. >> before we go, just a second ago, 30 seconds ago, savannah guthrie was out here dancing with the best of them. >> oh, yeah. >> she's made her way inside. she's got a check of the headlines. >> and i put down the flashing bracelet. today, exactly 33 years after etan patz disappeared from his manhattan street a new jersey man appears in a new york city court. police say he has confessed to kidnapping and killing th
a stir. you see him there in brown face, some say mocking an indian ak sent. it's triggered online backlash. it's been pulled, but some ask, has the damage been done? i'm sure donny will have strong opinions about it as well as star. the empty sheet is for me because i'm rushing in. we'll chat about that and a couple other hot topics with the professionals. >>> then on "today's money," we are making sure you've got enough money for your retirement. what are some of the things you need to do to make sure that you're comfortable in those later years. >> i'm so glad we do this segment so regularly because people really need this kind of advice. i pay attention to it. thanks a lot. >>> meantime, let's go inside and find out from natalie what the stories of the morning are. >> good morning, everyone. a change of heart for the blind chinese dissident at the center of a diplomatic standoff between washington and beijing. chen guangcheng and his family now want to leave china, fearing for their lives, and hope secretary of state hillary clinton can help. he is now in a hospital after leavi
interview matt had this morning. >> a couple good ones lately. >> interesting week. with bobby brown. i've only seen the manic side of the bobby brown. this was a very different -- >> it was a really revealing side. a lot of people knew him either as whitney's husband or that crazy reality show "being bobby brown." this was much more -- well, why don't you watch the interview with matt. >> why do you think you got the blame? i was reading some blogs after her death. one said bobby brown killed whitney. not in a literal way but in a figurative way. another said bobby brown is responsible for getting her hooked on drugs. >> no. >> everyone seems to point the finger at you. >> no. >> and they say whitney was more of an innocent victim in this. >> no, that's not true. i didn't get high before i met whitney. >> on narcotics. >> on narcotics, no. no. i -- i smoked weed. i drank beer. but, no. i wasn't the one that got whitney on drugs. >> so this was a part of her life before -- >> way before, yes. >> -- you and she got together. >> way before. >> did you talk about it? did you worry about it
in idaho, the brown family was suddenly able to get a signal on their cell phone and call 911. >> i'm on an airplane and i crashed, and i'm in the mountains. >> reporter: it was saturday night. california fire captain brian brown's cessna had crashed. on board brown's wife and daughter heather. >> where are you at, hon? >> i'm 29 miles east or west of mountain home, idaho. i need you to send a search party please. >> i'll tell you, when the dispatcher answered the phone, and we were able to tell them, you know, we crashed our plane, we need someone to find us, it was the strongest moment of hope, you know, that there was definite hope that we were going to get out of there. >> reporter: fighting whiteout conditions, six foot snow drifts and 60 degree slopes, it took almost 15 hours for rescuers to reach the crash site. the browns had been flying from california to idaho to see their other daughter tabitha when the plane stalled. >> we actually were dressed for the summer and we were out there in the freezing temperatures. we were dealing with that on top of all the other injuries th
with flavors like brown sugar cinnamon roll so you don't need syrup. new eggo wafflers. >>> "today's money" is brought to you by bank of america. >> this morning on "today's money," the best foods to buy in bulk. more than 100 million of us belong to a warehouse club, and with thousands of products lining the shelves, there's a lot of temptation out there. farnoosh torabi is a personal finance expert and host of financially fit on yahoo finance. >> good morning, al. >> you talk about bulk, but yet, there are certain items you should think about, others you shouldn't. how did you decide, determine which ones are the best? >> so, my team at yahoo finance and i, we hit the bulk stores and went in with a list of specific items we wanted to price check and compared those prices to the identical items found at neighboring grocery stores, big box stores, pharmacies, to see actually what are the best bulk bargains. we only looked at food that wouldn't necessarily perish. particularly pantry items. remember prices do vary by region. we checked in new jersey. >> you said the first thing you need to
. >> is there any limit in your mind as to what they should do? >> hello, hello. >> i don't see that. >> tina brown has revolutionized how provocative and how much you can push magazine covers. and when magazines frankly aren't selling, she's shown that you can uptick sales by what's on the cover. >> also, newspapers, it's the same thing. we live in new york city. and the "new york post" is le e legendary for its cover. >> virgin atlantic is going to let some of its overseas flights from new york to london let people talk on the phone on their cell phones. there are limits to it, but is this a good idea? >> why do i feel like i run a channel of samuel l. jackson and go no more -- phones on that -- plane. i can't imagine that you want to have phone calls while you're in the middle of flying. >> i would think for every happy traveler who can do business, there's a mad traveler. >> and the noise. >> first of all, we are way too connected as a society. when i'm in an elevateder and someone's on the phone, i take my phone out and pretend i'm on a call and start screaming. >> can you imagine the number
. >>> "today" exclusive, bobby brown's first intervie since the death of his ex-wife whitney houston. >> fans, people who say they were close to whitney, say her life went downhill when she met bobby brown. how do you respond to that? >> his answer in a raw and revealing interview with matt. >>> and feeling the heat. a mother charged with child endangerment for taking her 5-year-old daughter to a tanning booth. but she claims it's all a big misunderstanding "today," but she claims it's all a big misunderstanding "today," wednesday, may 2nd, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this wednesday morning. i'm ann curry. >> good morning, everybody, i'm savannah guthrie. matt is on assignment. and this morning u.s. officials are casting doubt on the taliban's claim that those suicide bombings were tied to president obama's visit, saying it would be hard to pull together a complex attack on such short notice. >> the president used his trip on the one-year anniversary of the death of osama bin laden to outline the future role of the u.s. military in afghani
-- the 90-year-old instructor helen brown has been here since the beginning. , anyone who is commo able. >> she taught music for 35 years. today she is at the helm of the renaissance koreas, a group made up of -- -- tenors,, tanners commo altos, and basses. >> she called a teacher inspirational. >> she is music itself, and she loves it all, and she loves all of us, and we love her. >> she is remarkable, and she is very enthusiastic of everything she does. >> helen brown is also humble. she claims it is the music that is invigorating. >> my daughter says, do not ever give up, so i keep going. >> her daughter is right. ?ou thought things were banned things are about to get a little worse, starting thursday. a emergency closures are this weekend. all northbound lanes will be detoured from 10:00 p.m. until 4:00 a.m. onat will put motorists da jfx. the five million-dollar traffic improvement allows for two directions, allowing cars to turn left in traffic. it will be closed starting early may. it should be completed by sometime in late summer. >> does something you throw away still belong to
for the shooting death of leslie browne. brown was working as a part-time security officer. he threw williams act of the restaurant. williams came back later. >>> a planet is in place to find a successor to the outgoing police commissioner. they're using a panel of experts and an outside source to conduct research. they will search for the person who best fits that position. one woman says they would like to see a replacement chosen prior to departure, which is slated for august. >> there is no verdict in the trial. jurors will continue deliberation tomorrow morning. she is accused of trying to suppress the african-american vote in the 2010 election by issuing a call saying democrats had already won. he blamed his coat-defendant, who was accused of similar charges. >>> city officials the roar of indycar engines will still go up. michael andretti has signed on to help manage the event in baltimore. they will arrange sponsorships, p.r., hospitality, and ticket sales. they are also responsible for the track. >> it is an exceptional deal with a good promoter. you have a legitimate chance of success a
is a student. >> police say they have a craig's list robber in custody. david brown was posting fake ads on the site luring buyers to the 3500 block of cal way avenue according to investigators, and then robbing them of cash and valuables whether they showed up. police say they when they arrested him yesterday, brown was using a public computer at a public library. investigators believe he may have been trying to lure another victim when they nabbed him. police are looking into whether brown is linked to other incidents. >> george huguely is appealing his murmed conviction. he was found guilt yill of murdering yeardley love. defense attorneys asked the conviction be set aside citing a series of errors before and during trial, including that the judge issued improper jury instructions. and that there was not enough evidence to support a second-degree murder conviction. george huguely faces 26 years in prison when sentenced in august. >> two people found dead in a manure pit died of asphixia. medical examiners say the injuries were accidental and caused by heavy farming machinery. >> autho
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"the gilmore girls" or murphy brown from murphy brown. >> angela bower. >> but i don't know who it is. >> he was very confident. >> the correct answer is norma arnold from "the wonder years." you think it could be murphy brown or any of those characters but yes, "the wonder years" won out. >> do we have time for one more? we don't. >> that's all right. >> thanks for coming to see us. >> my pleasure. >> kathie lee will come back across the street and while we're talking about tv we need to make a correction, earlier we announced and said ellen wasn't nominated for talk show host, but it was because she didn't enter her name in that category. up next, last minute gift ideas for mother's day right after this. [ female announcer ] what happens when glade's new true-to-life fragrances fill the air? your home welcomes you with warmth. cuddles you with closeness. and assures you there's no place you'd rather be. introducing a new line of fragrance mists from glade. light layers of fresh cotton. whispers of italian mandarin. note-by-note these fragrances fill the air, inviting life in. artful
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the weekend with highlights that included bobbi kristina brown accepting the millennium award on behalf of her mother, whitney houston. >> i'm just blessed to have been in such an incredible woman's life. there will never be another one. ever. >> and i thank you. all of you. fans, everyone. thank you. >> this is bobbi kristina's first major public appearance since her mother's sudden passing in february. >>> and longtime "saturday night live" cast member kristen wiig seemed to be fighting back tears when she got a musical send-off this weekend from host mick jagger and her fellow cast members during the season finale of "snl." ♪ ♪ when you change every new day i'm gonna miss you ♪ >> wiig has been withson for seven years. it is now 9:05. let's go back to al with a check of the weather. >> thanks so much, savannah. take a look, show you what we've got going on. besides the rain here in the northeast we do have tropical storm alberto. doesn't look like it's going to be much of a problem. it's got 40-mile-per-hour winds, moving southbound. it will be scooting off the southeastern atlantic c
water reddish brown. warm winter and heavy rains last year washed pollution into the bay. in the "medical alert," your skin could save your heart. researchers in israel have taken at skin cells from heart failure patients and program them into new heart muscle cells, which are able to fuse with existing heart tissue and repair damage and a the most -- the oldest and most advanced patients. there is little chance of the immune system rejecting them, but it could take at least 10 years before clinical trials began. good news for coffee drinkers -- i love it reports like this. a new 13-year study shows that coffee drinkers could live longer than those who do not indulge in a daily cup of joe. >> americans love their jolt of java. new research from the national institutes of health and aarp showed that two, three, up to 6 c. a day could be good for you. >> anybody who drinks up to six cups a day is welcome here, for short. >> researchers over 13 years studied coffee habits of over 14,000 people between ages 50 and 71 and found that men who drank 6 c. of coffee a day had a 10%
another turn on jets as if the course knew exactly where the finish line was. big brown won the first two legs in 2008. jerry sandusky caught up with the trainer of i'll have another. >> as cool as john harbaugh was, this might be equal if not a little bit better. meeting harbaugh was an awesome carrel, but this was incredible. this is the super bowl of course racing. the derby, the preakness, now off to new york. >> is 15 minutes or expended on this day. how about a rematch? >> will we see them battle one more time? we'll have that story coming up. >> the preakness festival was not confined to the magic. more than one of the thousand people -- 100,00 people had a stunning and extravagant habits. early risers flocked to the infield. room five was the halftime entertainment. -- maroon 5 was the entertainment. you can catch highlights online at see behind the scenes pictures, exclusive of video, and a video from years past. it is all on click on "preakness." >> the weather here was perfect for the preakness. the south carolina coast, not so perfect. a storm developed
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it off brown and down. no icing here. zidlicky with 4:20 gone in the first sudden overtime period. >> eddie: robinson is absolutely apoplectic on the bench. they waved one off. he was just screaming at the linesman. >> mike: 20 consecutive years in the playoffs. 20 consecutive years in the nhl. 18 with montreal, two with los angeles. >> eddie: one of the top seven defensemen at all time. would you agree? >> mike: and the outstanding plus/minus player in history. no one close. no one probably going to get close. scuderi cancelled out by gionta. ponikarovsky. kovalchuk holding. firing one. that was directed wide. moving in is salvador. to the corner. ponikarovsky back to him. salvador around behind. kovalchuk with it there. run into by kopitar. kopitar led it off a. if you have the puck you could be hit. it's what's been happening all night long between the two teams and in every playoff game. the nature of the sport. controlled now by dustin brown and led across for doughty to bring on. the canadian olympian brought it back. harassed there by nolan. turning the other way with it is
those days, but this week when georgia republican congressman paul brown proposed an amendment to cut off funding for enforcement for part of the law, as you're about to see, it did not sit well with democrat john lewis, a legendary figure in the civil rights movement who marched with dr. martin luther king jr. >> it is hard and difficult and almost unbelievable that any member, but especially a member from the state of georgia, would come and offer such amendment. people died for the right to vote. friends of mine, colleagues of mine. >> i apologize to my dear friend from georgia, if he's gotten angry with this amendment, and it's never my intent to do so, and i'm going to ask you new to consent to withdraw the amendment. >> congressman lewis, as you may know, was beaten to within an inch of his life in the civil rights struggle. congressman brown's amendment was criticized by a number of his colleagues, including fellow republicans. even those who want a debate over the voting rights act said a late night amendment to the spending bill was not a way to do it. >> late news from chica
died, james browning was put on the bench by president kennedy, in fact he held the bible at jfk's swearing-in. he went on to shape the ninth circuit court. he's survived by his wife of 70 years. judge browning was 93. >>> after a grueling 16 days, one of the london marathon's most remarkable competitors finally finished, and you can hear the well deserved applause. claire lomas was paralyzed from the chest down after a riding accident five years ago. she managed to cover the 26.2 mile course with the help of a bionic suit that senses her motion and tells her legs to move. her daughter was right there as her mom crossed the finish line. >>> there's fascinating new research that shows what happens in our brains when we brag about ourselves. it has the same pleasure effect as food and money do on the brain. they estimate that these days people devote about 40% of every day speech to telling other people what they feel or think. very same dynamic that fuels social media, like facebook and twitter. >>> up next here tonight. making a difference. a hollywood bigwig's unlikely new buddy
death of wesley brown in 2010. brown was working at part-time officer. williams came back letter and shot him. >> the search for fred bealefeld will begin with a panel of experts. fred bealefeld will be involved in the search for his replacement. the mayor says she would like to see a successor chosen prior to his departure. back to work for the jury deliberating the future of julius henson. he is accused of trying to suppress the african-american vote by issuing robocalls. >> finding a group to organize the baltimore grand prix. a new deal was announced on thursday led in part by michael andretti. the city will bring in more money than last year's event. >> it is an exceptional deal with a good promoter. you have a legitimate chance of success at this point. >> the city council must still sign off on the deal. >> a massive marijuana growing operation goes up in smoke. an anonymous tip led detectives to a basement with a found 341 marijuana plants worth more than five letter thousand dollars -- $500,000. manoj unni faces several counts. >> he had air filters, water pumping system
almigar in los angeles. >> governor jerry brown held little back. >> this is a type of reckoning, and we have to take the medicine. >> facing a nearly $16 billion budget deficit, today, the governor proposed $8.3 billion in cuts. the first step towards balancing the state's chronically ill budget. >> the fact is california has been living beyond its means. the united states of america and its federal government is living beyond its means. >> among some of the proposed cuts, state employees will face furlough days and cuts, health care problems like those that help the elders will be cut. brown says part of the blame, the state's sputtering economy and the still struggling housing market. california's problem, but one states across the country face. >> what starts in california, good or bad, tends to spread across country. >> blaming republican lawmakers for blocking his push to raise taxes, the governor is now calling on voters in november to approve his spending plan. >> what i'm proposing is not a panacea but it goes a long way toward cleaning up the state's budget mess. >> this week,
honored women who reached out for children in need of a home. brown hosted more than 30 women in the sculpture garden at gertrude's restaurant to recognize three special groups from across the state that served more than 25 years and provided homes for more than 50 children in the system. in 2007, governor martin o'malley and lieutenant brown launched a program to increase the number of children in homes in foster care, reduce the number of children living in group homes and increase the rate of adoption. >> coming up, a verdict in the murders of jennifer hudson's mother, brother, and 7-year-old nephew. >> police, caught this man bearing it all while riding' une cycle. which should be a feat in and of itself. >> i can't imagine it was comfortable. >> it was not to win the lottery. >> those are the numbers in case you have them. >> the man convicted of killing jennifer hudson will be spending the rest of his life behind bars. he was found guilty on first-degree murder. prosecutors said balfourt killed hudson's mother, brother, and 7-year-old nephew in a fit of rage at the thoug
. >> and live look at pimlico preparing for preakness next weekend. the browns are thin with a few areas of blue skies. currently, 68 and bwi marshall. 69 in vienna harbor. the wind out of the southwest that 8 miles per hour. they're coming in ahead of the storm system and are increasing our temperatures and sharing the storm coming in to from the west. drive from baltimore all the way down to ocean city but some rainshowers starting to push across the pennsylvania turnpike right now. some sprinkles moving in to board garrett county. this is all coming in from the west and this will be increasing west to east through the rest of sunday. temperature-why is come up for 60's currently. -- temperature-wise, up in the 60's currently. frederick and westminster. the western areas are going to stay cooler today with all the clouds. charles and thunderstorms increasing in the mountains through the day. the they have a bit of a wet, dreary day in a store. 82 with a slight chance of showers. eastern shore staying dry. the forecast for tonight -- cloudy skies to a shower is increasing dropping into the 50's
news, city police say they have their craig's list robber in custody. investigators believe david brown was posting fake ads and luring people to the 2800 block of -- police say they arrested him using a public computer at a library. police say brown may have been trying to lure another victim when they found him. >> baltimore county police are investigating a sexual assault case in towson that happened before 4:30 thursday morning not far from towson university campus. investigators will not confirm whether that victim is a student. >> we're back in a minute with a check on the forecast with joor >> good morning. the subpoena is -- the sun is out in ocean city. a few more people down on the boardwalk. i would have thought, beautiful mourning that it is, there might have been more people out. the air temperature 63. there is a storm off the coast of the carolinas. it is a tropical storm at this point. some rain off to our northwest. a couple sprinkles and showers up in west virginia, a cold front out there. here's what that cold front p will look -- front will look like this afternoon a
, you know, given what happened with whitney, given what happened with bobby brown, it's making people uncomfortable. >> why would you want to encourage her to go into the very business that was so painful and damaging for her mom? i don't know. i wish him all the best but i think it -- i'd drag my kid away from it for a little while. >> bobby brown isn't going to be on it. he's already said i think this is a bad idea. >> oh, wow. >> wisdom from bobby brown. things aren't going crazy in this world! that's great. >> willow smith. this is kind of interesting. i guess her mom interviewed her for "the huffington post." and before we talk about -- it's really her take, a little girl's take on fame. but let's watch the clip first. >> let me ask you something, willow. if there was one thing you could change about your life, what would it be? >> if i could change one thing about my life, it would probably be i wouldn't be famous. >> really? why? >> because when you're famous it's so hard. >> okay. >> that's all kids want to be anymore is famous. >> what did you make of that? >> willow's had a
is believed to be in his 20s with short brown hair and moustache. if anyone with information is 6 asked to call metro crime stoppers. closing arguments scheduled today in the trial of the man charged in a murder for hire of a glen burnie dentist. jeter is accused of killing a doctor in 2006. his cousin pleaded guilty to murdering the doctor in february. she stole insurance reimbursement checks from her boss. prosecutors in the case say that she was afraid of getting caught, so listed jeter and two other men to kill him $4,000. and in baltimore county, authorities say these two operators of the timonium pain clinic gave out prescriptions for oxycontidone. they said that the need was almost nonexistent and the doctors were hired to write prescriptions for addictive narcotics. but it's not a good idea. but in trial all the facts will be presented. >> more arrests are likely in this case. if you would like to read more about the the investigation into the pain clinic, visit our web site, the preakness is not the only big event around the state this weekend. president obama welco
the blues. final minute. blues pull off their goalie but dustin brown takes the puck for the game winner. the kings take the win 3-1. >>> baseball, it finally happened for ail bert pujols. connecting in the fifth. his first home run as an angel, a 33-game drought was the longest of his career. pujols and the angels win 4-3. >>> finally to boston, the rox had orioles in the 17th ef inning. darnell mcdonald takes the mound. adam jones takes him out for a three-run shot. now it's up to the first baseman chris davis to cloak out the game. no problem, orioles win it in 17 innings. maybe it's time for a maneuver to the bull pen. and that's your look at sports on "early today." i'm mario solis. >>> well, who's accused of going diva behind the scenes of this weekend's "saturday night live"? your early morning entertain mnt headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus working for the bomb squad would be a little stressful, but for one little boy, it's a dream come true. you're watching "early today." . >>> welcome back to "early today." hope you had a wonderful weekend. preparing wise as you head out t
weekend. we will stay in the 60's overnight. the freshly more recent brown will likely produce a little bit of patchy fog in the morning. -- the freshly moistened ground. high pressure builds over the southwest and the front will dissipate. still enough heat for a thunderstorm or two and maybe even friday. the high pressure to the west will be the main weather feature as we get into the weekend, and it will bring a touch of summer heat. 91 was the high in kansas city, 89 in minneapolis. our temperatures will be rising into the weekend. 78-82 tomorrow with southeast winds, and a thunderstorm popping up tomorrow. otherwise it should be a pretty nice day on the open waters with waves of only about a foot. 60% chance of storms and amounts to more but then it starts to quieten down as the memorial day weekend gets here. eastern shore, low to mid-8's the next few days. ocean city has not had a bunch of rain, but scattered storms will be possible thursday and friday. the rest of memorial day weekend out at the coast should be pretty nice. the sea breeze will kick in each afternoon. the tempera
today for the june, 2010 shooting of trooper was the brown. he was working as a part-time security officer at applebees in forestville when williams shot him, after being thrown out of the restaurant earlier the -- that evening. >> more construction on a section of the beltway. maryland transportation fast -- officials tell us that for most of the day on saturday, they are shutting down the ramp on the outer loop to a northbound exit 8. the right lane approaching exit date will also be close. crews will be performing bridge work on the overpasses and lighting repairs on the ramp. that will be from 5:00 a.m. until noon. >> coming up, the event that is kicking off preakness activities. >> including bubba gump shrimp company that opened its doors today. >> cheers to camden sports. we will show you why later in sports. >> we will show you the seven- day in just a moment. a nice look outside. >> a new restaurant open this afternoon. the bubble gum restaurant opened its doors. -- buuba gump shrimp co. opened its doors. mayor stephanie rawlings-blake shows it shows the harbors ability --
in the regular season. patrick to steven kelly to carter brown for the score. plenty of offense. plenty of grounds, too. ryan finds him for the left- handed rocket. the easily knockoff st. paul this afternoon 16-3. stick around, tam tasselmyer with a look at the seven day forecast. >> some more unsettled weather will showers tonight, tomorrow. thursday will start to see the clouds clearing up but still a lingering showers. highs in the '60s on thursday and friday. 70's on saturday morning. 41 degrees. overall, a nice weekend because the sunday rain does not get here until late in the day. >> finally, before we go, a salute to a fabulous man behind the camera. there he is. he has been here for 45 years. he came here when he was 19 after somebody from wbal said when anybody like a job? he said, i would. he started as a film editor became the longest acting floor director in our history. in case you're wondering, i am a believer was the tops on. remember that song? come on. this is the last chance we get to torture you. that is said. good n
. should arrive in brown's bill around 6:30. the winds could dust around 60 miles per hour. -- should arrive in brownsville around 6:30. that store making its way down the 270 corridor. so far the cooler weather around here keeping the storms to the west of us. the high temperature was well short of normal. typical height is 70. 65 at the airport. 68 downtown. morning temperatures were mild, too. the temperature did not change much at all. a trace of precipitation last night. we will keep an eye on the site and radar screen to see if any more showers or storms move in. not enough rain to clean the atmosphere of the pollen. high amounts of pollen in the atmosphere today. look at the temperature contrast from 56 at dover's air force base in 54 at ocean city. were you moved west and the sun is warming things up, low to mid 80's. in the warmer air is with the thunderstorms will be tracking through the early evening. heading south in southern maryland, another batch of storms are writing as we head towards thursday morning with a lot of clouds in may be called as well. we will see clouds t
. >>> to the western conference finals, kings and coyotes. dustin brown with another huge goal. seems like every game the captain steps up in a big way. kings are a perfect 6-0 on the road. they win, 4-2. >>> golf, the tpc at sawgrass was pretty in pink for moe's day and so was match kutcher. donning the pink hat for par on 3, draino. then a tap-in on the win. he takes the players championship by two strokes. >> to the diamonds, earlier this year the marlins mike stanton changed his name to giancarlos stanton. marlins score sixing in the ninth to win, 8-4. >>> if you like that, you'll love this, unless, of course, you're a nationals fan. the reds' joe yes votto hits not one, not two but three home runs in cinci. votto makes the natsz see red. they win 9-6 in dramatic fashion. and that's your look at sports on "early today." i'm mario solis. >>> well, which film was totally overshadowed this weekend at the box office? your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, it is diploma time at the nation's colleges and universities and we'll bring you the inspiring story of one man w
are paralyzed. researchers at brown university released video showing a robotic armory sponding to basic commands given through only the person's thoughts. the robot was able to give the patient a bottle to sip from. a device attached to the woman's brain allowing a computer to decode messages from her mind and send it to the robot. >>> a florida couple had a different kind of self-serve at a gas station. a mom to be was in labor, and dad couldn't make it to the hospital in time, so he pulled right in the pumps, ran to the passenger side and delivered his own son! the fire department did show up moments later, to cut the umbilical cord, everyone is doing fine. way to go, dad. >>> for a look at national and region aweather here is bill karins. good morning. >> slurpees for everyone. beautiful weather continues across the nation, not much drama out there today. we didn't have much yesterday, either. severe thunderstorms were very widespread, we did have some thunderstorm action with locally flooding conditions in south carolina and georgia and along the orlando, to daytona beach corridor.
brown hair and mustache. anyone with information is asked to call crime stoppers. >> several residents in south baltimore come. -- continue the unimaginable clean up after several inches of sewage came spilling out into their home. the back of which affected several homes in the 3700 block was caused by a blockage in an age inch cigar line. dpw said their responsibility is limited when it comes to helping residents because of liability. >> where are responsible for pumping the water down. when we get that down to about an inch, the homeowners can call their insurance company. >> many people have made plans to or have filed claims with the city pose a lot department for things that were ruined like furniture and clothing. >> more documents made public in the trayvon martin shooting case. this is a never before seen image, george is a lemon with blood under his nose and a small cut on his hand. he said he acted in self-defense when he shot trayvon martin in february. also mentioned within the pages, the teenager's autopsy showing he had marijuana in his system that night he was killed an
's show called "call of the wild man." we're going to spend time with ernie brown jr. in a moment. first, nbc's tom lamaumas got t spend time with him in the wild and find out why they call him turtle man. >> there's a lot of reality shows out there, but this one got our attention. turtle man may be the craziest person on tv because he wrestles giant snap turtles, catches angry raccoons and does it all with his bare hands. >> there he is! he's coming up! >> reporter: from beast -- >> oh, my god! >> reporter: -- to slithering surprises. >> oh! crazy! >> reporter: to a sly thief -- >> attacking the chickens. >> reporter: -- through the r f roof -- >> here we go. >> reporter: -- or in the water, turtle man always catches what he's chasing. >> i got you! whoo! >> reporter: in the backwoods of kentucky, we found turtle man gearing up for his next adventure. >> it's been my way of life, it's been my inspiration to cheer people up with this. >> reporter: turtle man says he learned his craft because he grew up dirt poor. >> i turned 7 years old and run out of food. and uncle phillip came over a
and lieutenant governor anthony brown to present to you, mr. reddam, the most coveted trophy in all of sport, the woodlawn vase. congratulations. >> thank you. >> i think i owe it to these guys, really. >> paul, can you take us through your emotions as you're watching that epic stretch unfold. >> well, i knew it was a long stretch. and i have to say, there was a point where i didn't think we were going to get there and we keep digging and bodemeister was running his guts out. it was a fantastic race. i didn't feel confident we were going to get there until about ten yards from the wire, and then it just all let go. >> no horse has won a triple crown since 1978, 34 years, the longest drought in racing history 37 what would it mean to paul reddam to own the next triple crown winner? >> 34 years? i didn't know that. no, i'm kidding. you know, laffit, i haven't thought past today because i just didn't let myself do it. you know, i just can't imagine it. so i'm just going to let it go at that. we'll roll one day at a time, and hopefully the horse is, you know, doing well out of the race and, you
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